One of the seven sisters in the northeast of India, the state of Megahalaya has stretches of valleys and plateaus to offer. In other words, the state is blessed geographically. Hence, this contributes a lot to the tourism of the region. Settled amidst the beautiful natural surroundings of Meghalaya are its cities, which are also equally important.
Amongst the prime tourist spots is the capital city of Shillong. Known as the Scotland of the East, Shillong has an urban civilization nestled in the lap of mother nature. Surrounded by enchanting hills, charismatic valleys and scintillating rivers, the city is flocked by a large number of tourists. The city tour of Shillong comprises visits to numerous attractions like the Shillong peak, Central Museum, State Museum, Elephant falls and Shilon Cathedral.
Other promising cities that would surely take you one more step closer to the cultural as well as natural heritage of Meghalaya are Cheerapunji, Tura, Mawsynram, Nongpoh, Baghmara and Jowai. A brief tour of these cities can actually be very helpful to learn about the religion, custom, tradition and cultural aspects of Meghalaya.